BURN PERMITS & RESTRICTIONS
DIRECT LINKS TO BURN PERMITS AND RESTRICTIONS
To be sure you are getting the latest information regarding Burn Permits and Restrictions go to the proper source below to check for information:
• PINAL COUNTY:
BURN PERMITS and another for PERMITTED FIRES.
• CORONADO NATIONAL FOREST:
All info including Burn Permits.
• DEPT. OF FORESTRY FIRE MANAGEMENT (DFFM):
link to their FIRE RESTRICTIONS.
• ARIZONA STATE PARK:
For state, federal, and tribal fire restrictions,
visit their NEW website at
Arizona State Park: https://azstateparks.com
Outdoor Burning in Oracle –
Are you Interested to know more about
especially in Oracle during the
PERMITS: Backyard burning usually requires a permit.
Contact Pinal County Air Quality Control for more information on burns in our area.
Certain types of fires may be exempt from burning permits. Exempt fires may include: heating fires, cooking fires, and recreation fires, however these fires need to be kept small and under control at all times.
The Arizona State Land department and the Coronado National Forest have their own rules and burning restrictions. It's best to check directly with those agencies before burning, or even smoking on public lands.
WOOD BURNING – EPA has a video that offers easy steps the public can take to help protect their health and save money when burning wood. This video provides steps on how to test dry wood for proper use in wood stoves or fireplaces. During the winter, residential wood smoke can be a significant source of fine particulate matter (PM2.5). The pollutant can trigger asthma, aggravate other lung diseases such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and aggravate heart disease.
Click HERE to see this 2-minute video recommended by Pinal County. This video can also be seen on the Pinal County Air Quality Burn web page.